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Boot Camp Challenge

Jul 23, 2019

Hi my friends, I hope you are having a most awesome day!

A few weeks back I had a lunch date with a friend. You know him as a television personality on Fox 2 News in the morning. You may recognize him as the host of the television show, The Thread. He may be the pastor of your church. But to me, he is a friend whom I love dearly. Peeps, meet Tim Ezell.

Tim and I met over ten years ago at the news station. I was a guest on his show sharing fitness and wellness with his audience. Before and after our segments every Monday, we would have a quick chat, share how things were going and ask about our families. A few months into meeting Tim, our chat turned spiritual.  This was surprising because I usually don’t share my spirituality with many people.  I mean, it‘s one of my most favorite topics but I usually keep it within my family and close friends.  

Tim and I jumped right in, and it became part our chats. They would be quick, but they would be deep, full of wisdom and a comfort to each of us as we were going through things.

As our friendship grew, so did the lengths of our conversations around spirituality.  We would talk God, faith, struggles and victories. 

And, when we met for lunch this day, our conversation topic was the same. So, I asked him if I could share it with you. And, he said, “of course”!

So, grab a coffee, wine (don’t forget, Jesus loved wine J) or water, and push play. Today our topic is Spirituality and why it is critical to our overall wellness.

Here is what we talked about:

  • Tim’s story, and how he almost died at a young age.
  • How to respond when God doesn’t hear you.
  • How one professor changed Tim’s heart and encouraged him to keep moving through the fire.
  • Tim’s top five tips to keep you spiritually strong and healthy.

For those of you who have watched Tim the last twenty years, you see a fun, outgoing, entertaining TV personality. But he is so much more. He is a man who has been called by God to share the message of love with the world.

As always, I love your feedback. Please feel free to email, text, tweet or dm your comments, suggestions, or just say hi.

Love you so hard,